Mrs Pearson

Designated Safeguarding Officer (DSL)

Mrs Renton

Deputy Safeguarding Officer

Mrs Rawlinson

Deputy Safeguarding Officer

Online safety reporting form LOOPS.docx

Reporting internet safety and cyber bullying to Linton-on-Ouse Primary School and Nursery 

Here at Linton on Ouse Primary School and Nursery, we take the safety and well-being of our students very seriously. If you have a concern that regards your child being a victim of any online abuse, or suspect that something is concerning and would like to raise it to the school's attention, we have a system in place which will allow you to do so quickly and easily. 

Use this document that you can use to send to our school to report online safety concerns. This form can be filled in anonymously, or if you would like us to get in contact with you about the issue, you can input your name and address. You can also post this if you wish to remain completely anonymous. These reports will go straight to the Headteacher and other safeguarding and senior leads so that we can act on your concerns immediately. 

Parental Controls for Internet Providers

Almost all Internet Service Providers have parental controls that you can use to help limit access to inappropriate content. You can find up to date information and guides on how to configure these on the Internet Matters website

Useful Websites

Internet Matters

Net Aware

NSPCC Share Aware

Think U Know


"An adult should always closely supervise Internet access by young children.

This is the single most important thing to remember."

 Following on from the E-Safety presentation held at the school, shown below are links to sites that offer further information on e-safety;

 You can set security features on most game consoles to restrict the type of games or the length of time that your children can play.  And it's not difficult; click here to view "The Good Gaming Guide".